Kendall Marshall exploded onto the scene with 20 points and 15 assists against the Utah Jazz on January 3. Since then, he's averaged 13.4 points, 12.4 assists and 2.3 threes per game. He's been fantasy gold. But with the impending returns of Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Jordan Farmar, what should owners do with Marshall?
Chances are—unless you're Marshall's cousin—you didn't draft the North Carolina product. His production is totally incremental. In other words, he's a bonus. Does that mean just riding him out and cutting him if and when he loses his starting role is the best course of action?
As an owner of Marshall myself, I've wrestled with this decision. It's tough to not get anything out of Marshall after such a great run, but what happens if he keeps the job and I'm out 10 assists per game?
Here's what I've come up with.